Parker 51 noir en résine (lucite) , système aérométric, réservoir en plastique transparent très solide dérivé du Sleeve filler de Waterman, modèle fabriqué entre 1947 et 1962, plume tubulaire en or 18 cts, écriture moyenne et douce rappelant le roller, idéal pour les gauchers.
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The most characteristic pen of history takes its name from the year of its creation in 1939, the firm Parker celebrated his 51th birthday.
Parker 51 owes much to the influence of Moholy-Nagy, famous artist of the "Bauhaus" which employed Klee and Kandinsky. Defectors from the German school of applied arts were driven out of Germany by Hitler and settled here in Chicago, where they influenced the American aesthetic.
Tested in Brazil in 1939-40 without much success, the Parker 51 was launched in the US in 1941 and it became a symbol object.
Six strengths helped forge the myth of the Parker 51: a high velocity ink dried instantaneously, the Quink-ink, a molded plastic, Lucite, which was not likely to be a victim of corrosion of ink, pen streamlined to prevent evaporation of the ink on the pen tip without a pen and without loosed, who slipped at full speed on paper, aerodynamic and harmonized integrated line with the arrow clip Platt, and finally a feed Vacumatic, replaced in 1947 by the Aerometric, very strong transparent plastic tank, derived from Sleeve Filler.